The Orange Running Festival is becoming a massive event for the Torley family.
The Canberra based runners are tightening their grip on the festival's three shortest formats, which was shown in Steph and Josh claiming the women's and men's half marathon respectively.
Steph won her crown in a time of 1 hour, 24 minutes and 59 seconds, 13 minutes behind her brother who finished in 1:11.30.
She was nearly four minutes faster than nearest competitors Leigha Wills (1:28.53) and Orange runner Leanne Corcoran (1:34.02) to claim her maiden Orange Running Festival title.
"It felt really good actually, it was good to have all the marathon runners running along and it was good to be cheered on by them," she said.
Meanwhile, Josh was 10 seconds off a course record for the half, setting a fire in his belly to come back next year and claim it.
"Good to have the double win," he said.
He also said it was fantastic to win alongside his younger sister, and hoped for more double wins during the NSW Regional Half Marathon Series.
The pair don't train together, but Josh said he had confidence in Steph.
"I think we both had a rough idea we were doing well," he said.
"It was good conditions, nice and cool and sort of just flowed with it. It was good to see Steph at the turnaround and see how comfortable she was looking."
The pair were also joined by brother Sam, who finished third in the 10km, three minutes behind second-placed Josh.
Josh also won the 5km event in just 15:41, netting two firsts and a second from his day out in Orange across 36 kilometres of running.
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